May 28: A bottle can manufactured for a ready-to-drink coffee product scooped the top beverage can honour at the Third International Steel Packaging Effectiveness Awards.
The three-piece, resealable bottle can was produced by Japanese canmaker Daiwa Can for the Pokka Aromax Espresso Coffee drink.
The awards are organised by Apeal, the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging, and were presented at the Fifth International Steel Packaging Congress in Düsseldorf in April.
Others winners included Brazilian canmaker Companhia Brasileira de Latas, which won the top food sector prize for its expanded can produced for Nestlé’s Nescau Cappuccino; Crown Speciality Packaging in the Promotional & Giftware category, for its embossed and perforated container for Jack Daniels whiskey; and Impress Metal Packaging in the General Line sector for a rectangular paint can produced for Total Cuprinol.

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